Wales now boasts four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here’s an intro to all four, with details about why each is so important to the history of Wales, and the wider world.
With three protected International Dark Sky Places within its borders, Wales is now one of the top destinations in the world for stargazing.
The Wales Way, a series of epic road trip routes, helps visitors see the best of Wales on four wheels.
Explore the regions of Wales
The epic landscapes of North Wales are alive with action, and a rich, distinctive culture. You’ll find three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and some of the UK’s best adventure.
South Wales is defined by the historic valleys that etch its landscape, each with its own unique personality, its green country parks and forests and a stunning coastline.
Mid Wales is the green heart of Wales. The clear seas, bright harbours and hidden coves of the Ceredigion coastline give way to red kite-filled skies, busy market towns and dramatic hill walks.
Cultural and coastal West Wales is home to our second city, Swansea. Ancient legends inspire contemporary creativity – and colourful seaside villages lead to some of the UK's best beaches.
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